Rep. Samantha Steckloff

(D-Farmington Hills)
4 Years
House District 19
373 C
Official Website

Current Candidate Information

Biographical Information

Born: in Farmington Hills
Marital Status: Married
Spouse/Partner: Brandon Sundheimer
Education: Bachelor's degree in Political Science, Purdue University
Employment/Military Record: Enrollment management coordinator, Wayne State University (2013-17), student service specialist, Wayne State University (2011-2013), program director, Hillel (2006-08)
Religion: Jewish

Governmental Leadership (Elected or Appointed)

House (1/1/2021 - 12/31/2024)
Other Offices: Two terms on Farmington Hills City Council

Elections and Political Participation

Michigan House 19th District 2022
General Vote: 31,957 of 47,635 (67%)
Primary Vote: 15,158 of 15,158 (100%)
Campaign Finance Reports
Endorsements: AFL-CIO Michigan; American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Council 25; American Federation of Teachers Michigan; County Road Association of Michigan Roads+ PAC (primary); Detroit Regional Chamber PAC (primary); Michigan Association for Justice; Michigan Education Association PAC; Michigan League of Conservation Voters (primary); Michigan Nurses Association (primary); Michigan Realtors; Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights; Michigan Retailers Association; Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan; Small Business Association of Michigan; Voters Not Politicians (primary)

Michigan House 37th District 2020
General Vote: 34,590 of 54,146 (63%)
Primary Vote: 8,994 of 18,443 (48%)
Campaign Finance Reports

Committee Assignments
Key Legislative Staff
Brendan Johnson, Legislative Aide/Policy Services
Amirah Hunter, Legislative Aide/Constituent Services

Sponsored Legislation
HB 4071
HB 4181
Assisted Reproduction
HB 4303
Community Colleges Appropriations
HB 4304
Higher Education Appropriations
HB 4358
HB 4409
HB 4483
Statute of Limitations
HB 4545
Holiday Designations - Yom Kippur
HB 4757
Liquor Licensees
HB 4787
Gender Neutral References
HB 4853
Traditional Regalia
HB 4857
HB 4917
Assault and Battery
HB 4918
Assault or Battery
HB 4957
HB 4963
Health Benefits
HB 5207
Surrogate Parenting Act
HB 5233
Public School Academies
HB 5313
Health Benefits
HB 5314
Health Screenings
HB 5315
Insurance Coverage
HB 5316
Nondisclosure of Confessions
HB 5318
Solitary Imprisonment
HB 5349
HB 5352
HB 5504
Community Colleges Appropriations
HB 5505
Higher Education Appropriations
HB 5542
County Records
HB 5609
Education Programs
HB 5616
HB 5618
Fair Employment Practices
HB 5818
Museum Authorities
HB 5829
College Scholarships
HB 5845
HR 68
HR 78
Week Designation
HR 156
Month Designation
HR 181
Affordable Connectivity Program
HR 235
Month Designation
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